BACULA OF SOME NEW WORLD MOLOSSID BATS

BACULA OF SOME NEW WORLD MOLOSSID BATS by Randall E. BROWN Etude anatomique et representation de Tos penien d'un certain nombre de Molossides amcricains. L'auteur propose une classification a 1'inteneur des genres Tadarida, Eumops, Molossus et note Tabsence du baculum chez les specimens examined des genres Mollossops et Promops et chez deux especes d'Eumops. II signale la presence d'un os clitoridien plus ou moins developpe chez certaines femelles des genres oil le male possede un os penien. The systematic status of a number of New World molossids is poorly understood. In the most recent review of the genus Molossus, for example, Miller (1913) provisionally recognized each kind as a separate species. Some recent workers have regarded many of the smaller kinds as only subspecies of Molossus molossus; Hershkovitz (1949), for instance, included therein no less than seven of the species recognized by Miller. The genus Eumops was last revised by Sanborn (1932). Tadarida of the New World were reviewed by Shamel (1931), but many changes in the systematic arrangement within this genus have been made since ShamePs work was published--see, for example, Schwartz (1955), Jones and Alvarez (1962), and Silva-Taboada and Koopman (1964). Several new species of New World molossids have been described in recent http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Mammalia - International Journal of the Systematics, Biology and Ecology of Mammals de Gruyter

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de Gruyter
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Copyright © 2009 Walter de Gruyter
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0025-1461
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1864-1547
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10.1515/mamm.1967.31.4.645
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by Randall E. BROWN Etude anatomique et representation de Tos penien d'un certain nombre de Molossides amcricains. L'auteur propose une classification a 1'inteneur des genres Tadarida, Eumops, Molossus et note Tabsence du baculum chez les specimens examined des genres Mollossops et Promops et chez deux especes d'Eumops. II signale la presence d'un os clitoridien plus ou moins developpe chez certaines femelles des genres oil le male possede un os penien. The systematic status of a number of New World molossids is poorly understood. In the most recent review of the genus Molossus, for example, Miller (1913) provisionally recognized each kind as a separate species. Some recent workers have regarded many of the smaller kinds as only subspecies of Molossus molossus; Hershkovitz (1949), for instance, included therein no less than seven of the species recognized by Miller. The genus Eumops was last revised by Sanborn (1932). Tadarida of the New World were reviewed by Shamel (1931), but many changes in the systematic arrangement within this genus have been made since ShamePs work was published--see, for example, Schwartz (1955), Jones and Alvarez (1962), and Silva-Taboada and Koopman (1964). Several new species of New World molossids have been described in recent

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Mammalia - International Journal of the Systematics, Biology and Ecology of Mammalsde Gruyter

Published: Jan 1, 1967

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